English Test

Variant 1

Choose the correct translation of the sentences:

1. Her behaviour is getting worse and worse, we must do something.

а) Ее поведение становится все хуже и хуже, вероятно, нам следует что-то предпринять.

б) Ее поведение становится все хуже и хуже, хорошо бы нам что-то предпринять.

в) Ее поведение становится все хуже и хуже, мы должны что-то предпринять.

2. She has to go to school early tomorrow.

а) Завтра она придет в школу рано.

б) Ей нужно прийти в школу рано завтра.

в) Желательно, чтобы завтра она пришла в школу рано.

3. You should go to the doctor immediately.

а) Вы обязаны обратиться к врачу немедленно.

б) Вам следует немедленно обратиться к врачу.

в) Обратитесь к врачу.

Translate into English:

  1. высшее образование;

  2. быть подавленным

  3. вести себя хорошо;

  4. посещать занятия;

  5. спорить с учителем;

  6. строгое наказание;

  7. частная школа.

Use the Present Indefinite Passive, the Past Indefinite Passive and the Future Indefinite Passive:

1. Mickey Mouse (to create) by Walt Disney.

2. The letters (to send) every day.

3. The story (to translate) tomorrow.

4. Rice (to eat) with chopsticks in China.

5. Roses (to grow) in greenhouses in winter?

6. America (not to discover) in 1942.

7. Disneyland (to open) in California in 1955.

8. This film still (to show) regularly at the cinema.

9. These papers (not to look) through in two hours.

Fill in the blanks with the following forms of modal verbs and their equivalents: must, mustn't, needn't, should, shouldn't, have to (has to), don't have to (doesn't have to), shall.

1. You ... take a bus to get to the museum. It's far from here.

2. Pupils ... come to school in time.

3. Children ... play with matches.

4. You've been travelling all day, you ... be tired.

5. You ... open the window. It's very cold outdoors.

6. I ... learn this grammar rule. I don't know it.

7. You ... give up your seat to old people.

8. People ... cross the street when the light is red.

Complete the sentences using the prepositions:

1. Steven is very proud ... his new bicycle.

2. Hello, can I speak ... Ann, please?

3. "Are you going to arrange a picnic at the weekend?" — "I would like to but it depends ... the weather."

4. "What are you looking ...?" — "I've lost my pen.

5. She always laughs ... his silly jokes.

English Test

Varian 2

Translate into English:

  1. выглядеть обеспокоенным;

  2. обязательное образование;

  3. средняя школа;

  4. наказывать детей;

  5. спокойное место;

  6. посещать собрание;

  7. вести себя плохо.

Complete each sentence with one of the words below.

trouble, education, attend, allowed, have, punish, private, punishment, behaves

In Russia education is compulsory between ages of 6-7 and 15 years. There are different types of secondary schools in the country. Most of them are state schools where ... is free.

But some parents want their children to attend ... schools which aren't free.

Children have to ... school from Monday till Friday. In some schools they ... to wear uniform. In others they are ... to wear what they want.

The discipline isn't very strict. But if a pupil .. badly the teacher can ... the child. Of course, the ... isn't severe. The teachers want their pupils to stay out of ... and always do their best.

Write another sentence with the same meaning using the Passive Voice.

  1. The old man punished the naughty boy

  2. Students use computers at their lessons.

  3. The teacher explained the rules of the game to the students.

  4. Ann cooks a special dinner on the 21st of May.

  5. They arranged a nice picnic last month.

  6. The little boy drew these funny pictures.

  7. He met his friend at the airport three hours ago.

  8. The teacher didn’t ask me at the lessons.

  9. They will discuss the problem next week?

Fill in the blanks with the following forms of modal verbs and their equivalents: must, mustn't, needn't, should, shouldn't, have to (has to), don't have to (doesn't have to), shall.

  1. I don't go to school on Sundays. I ... get up early in the morning.

  2. I ... clean the windows. They aren't dirty.

  3. It's grown dark in the room. ... I switch on the light?

  4. Let's listen to some music, ... we?

  5. You ... read this book in English. It's very difficult for you.

  6. She can't come to see me. She ... meet her friends at the railway station.

  7. You ... buy any bread. We've got a lot of it.

  8. He ... make tea in the morning. His mother makes it for him.

Complete the sentences using the prepositions:

  1. What were you listening … a minute ago?

  2. Who is the story written … ?

  3. What are you looking … ?

  4. Why do you take care … this old tree? It was planted by my grandpa.

  5. Who is made fun … in your class?— Oliver is.

  6. What were you laughing … when I opened the door? — Mike's new joke.

  7. What is Russia rich …?

  8. What are you proud … most of all?